Marty Lederman deconstructs what he calls — with positively British understatement — a rather remarkable and unusual event: “the Chair of a congressional intelligence committee asserts that the landmark framework statute over which his committee has jurisdiction is unconstitutional.”
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In what I’m sure is purely a coincidence, everybody where I work was ordered today to complete Intelligence Oversight training again immediately, even if we weren’t due annual training for months. (And it was unchanged from every previous year.)